Chuck Muckle


CHUCK MUCKLE recently shot as a principal in the feature film X-mas with Seth Rogen, Anthony Mackie and Joseph Gordon-Leavitt (Jonathan Levine, dir.). Before that, he was in the world premiere tour of Four Play the musical. He appeared in the post-Broadway National Tour of Camelot with Robert Goulet and the National Tour of South Pacific with Mr. Goulet, as well as the Eastern US tour of A Christmas Carol with John Astin. He has played Oscar Levant at Cape May Stage in NJ, Tamarac Theatre for Performing Arts in FL and at the Studio Theatre on Theatre Row (NYC). He was in Wuthering Heights at the Mint Theatre in NYC as well as the premiere of the play Gunny (playing the title role). He was in an early presentation of Hal Princeís Paradise Found with Judy Kaye and John Cullum (a NYC Opera Workshop project Ė music arranged by Jonathan Tunick), and also The Golden Apple at Bard Summerscape (Jonathan Tunick - mus. dir.). Other theatre credits include Amyís View (Berkshire Theatre Festival/Aglet Theatre), O, Captain! with Karen Ziemba and Grossingerís with Tovah Feldshuh (both at the York Theatre, NYC), as well as The Witch of Wall St. with Helen Gallagher (Jack Hofsiss, dir.) at Lincoln Center; he has played lead roles in The Lion in Winter, A Moon For the Misbegotten and Sea Marks (all for Over The Pond Ensemble), Judgment at Nuremberg, The Night of the Iguana, Tuesdays With Morrie, and Cabaret. Other film and TV: The Surgeon (Mindset Films), 30 Rock, Art of Love, and Animus (Jury Award, Jaffe Film Competition) for Studio A Productions. He is a longtime musician and music director, as well as an alumnus of the BMI and ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshops in NYC. His shows have played at Sardiís, The Triad (now Stage 72) and TADA Theatre (for Emerging Artists). His musical, Mourning Becomes Ridiculous, recently won Best Book and Lyrics, Best Actor and Best Actress at the Manhattan Theatre Missionís 2nd Annual Showcase of Musicals.